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How do I vba copy from 2 Access recordsets and paste on 2 different Excel sheets in the same open workbook?

Posted on 2015-02-10
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I don't think this is a tough one; probably not declaring the target sheets right.  Here's my code.  It works, generally, but pastes the same rsResults onto the "Tracking" sheet.  I need rsResults to go on one sheet and rsResults2 to go on another.
Public Sub ProcessSheets()

    Dim sPath As String, xlFile As String
    sPath = "C:\Users\jw51640\Desktop\Pick\Refresh\"
    xlFile = Dir(sPath & "*.xlsm")
    Dim XL As Excel.Application, wbTarget As Workbook
    Dim qdfResults As QueryDef
    Dim rsResults As DAO.Recordset
    Dim qdfResults2 As QueryDef
    Dim rsResults2 As DAO.Recordset
    
    Set XL = New Excel.Application
    Set wbTarget = XL.Workbooks.Open("C:\Users\jw51640\Desktop\Pick\PickListTemplate.xlsm")
    Set qdfResults = CurrentDb.QueryDefs("PickListDataQ")
    Set rsResults = qdfResults.OpenRecordset()
    Set qdfResults2 = CurrentDb.QueryDefs("TrackingQ")
    Set rsResults2 = qdfResults.OpenRecordset()
    
    Debug.Print xlFile
'Import and delete the data file
    DoCmd.SetWarnings False
    DoCmd.TransferSpreadsheet acImport, acSpreadsheetTypeExcel9, "ProcessingT", sPath & xlFile, True, "PickList!A2:U5000"
    DoCmd.OpenQuery "DeleteProcessingTBlanksQ", , acReadOnly
    Kill sPath & xlFile
   xlFile = Dir()
'Process
    DoCmd.SetWarnings False
'Updates Archetypes with matching PID
    DoCmd.OpenQuery "UpdatePicksQ", , acReadOnly
    DoCmd.OpenQuery "AppendNewPicksQ", , acReadOnly
    Call Snapshot
    
    XL.Visible = True
    wbTarget.Sheets("PickList").Range("A3").CopyFromRecordSet rsResults
    Set rsResults = Nothing
    XL.Run "SetPickListRowHeight"
    wbTarget.Sheets("Tracking").Range("A1").CopyFromRecordSet rsResults2 'this is where the bug is.
    Set rsResults2 = Nothing
    'XL.Run "SaveSendResults"
    'Set wbTarget = Nothing

'ClearProcessSheets
    DoCmd.RunSQL "DELETE * FROM ProcessingT"
    DoCmd.SetWarnings True
Set db = Nothing

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Hi,

pls correct

    Set rsResults2 = qdfResults.OpenRecordset()

to
    Set rsResults2 = qdfResults2.OpenRecordset()

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by:Jay Williams
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That's the ticket!  Thanks!
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